- About Us
KVC Kentucky is a 501(c)3 nonprofit child welfare and behavioral healthcare organization that provides mental and behavioral health services, family preservation and reunification, and other family-related services.
Who We Are
Each year, KVC serves over 12,000 children and families across Kentucky! At KVC Kentucky, there is strong emphasis in the therapeutic implementation of evidence-based therapy, assessments and programs.
- Programs and Services
At KVC, we want every child and adult to be safe & connected to a strong family and a healthy community. We’re proud to be a leader in innovative, effective and compassionate care.
Behavioral Health Services
Innovative, evidence-based mental and behavioral health services delivered virtually, in the home and in the communities of our clients.
Family First Prevention and Reunification Services
Clinical services designed to help strengthen families and keep children safely at home or reunify children who have been removed to foster care or other residential treatment settings.
- Training and Consultation
Family Preservation & Reunification Description of Services
Family Preservation and Reunification Services (FPRS) provide in-home, community-based, intensive services to reduce safety risks jeopardizing children’s placement in the home.
Family Preservation and Reunification Services are designed to:
- Help families remain safely together.
- Divert children from being placed in foster care or a residential treatment center.
- Assist in the reunification of children from out-of-home placement.
- Improve Family Relationships.
FPRS services are provided to families in crisis with a a child at imminent risk of out-of- home placement of to families with a child returning from out-of-home placement. Services aim to increase safety and improve family relationships by:
- Providing wraparound services designed to build supports for each family.
- Teaching parenting, household management, relationship-building and other skills to family members.
- Strengthen family members voices in their own treatment goals.
- Collaborating with community partners to coordinate care for families.